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Boost for athletics

Rashneel Kumar
Thursday, April 24, 2014

THE Fiji Secondary Schools Athletics Association (FSSAA) received a major boost yesterday after Pacific Energy Limited extended its partnership with the association.

The petroleum company has become the association's official fuel supplier for the next five years. The sponsorship is worth $25,000. FSSAA president Marika Uluinaceva thanked Pacific Energy adding through the sponsorship, the association would carry out administrative jobs in organising the annual secondary schools athletics meet.

Pacific Energy sales and marketing manager Rajnesh Prasad said they were proud to continue their partnership with the association and games major sponsor Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji.

"Sports bring people together and we are happy to support this and the healthy competition that Coca-Cola Games produces," Prasad said.

Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji national sales manager Lawrence Tikaram also thanked Pacific Energy for sponsoring the torch relay tour.

"They are the official energy of the games that takes the official flame of the games to the people."

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